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This section is for Current Students, Faculty and Staff

Forms, Downloads and Department links:

Schedule of classes…

Scheduled Classes Spring 2021

 

Purchasing…

Department: https://rtforms.umbc.edu/rt_authenticated/coeit/CoeitSSC.php?div=COEIT&dept=ME

COEIT Shared Services Center (SSC): https://rtforms.umbc.edu/rt_authenticated/coeit/CoeitSSC.php?div=COEIT&dept=ME

 

Software downloads…

https://wiki.umbc.edu/display/faq/Software

 

International Students…

IES (International Education Services) department forms: https://ies.umbc.edu/

 

News…

Department news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me

Undergraduate students news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me-undergraduate-students

Graduate students news: https://my3.my.umbc.edu/groups/me-graduate-students

Academic Success Center: academicsuccess.umbc.edu

 

Graduate Students…

Graduate school forms

Candidacy Examination

All full-time Ph.D. students must take their Candidacy Examination within 1 year following successful completion of the Qualifying Examination.  The purpose of the Candidacy Examination (also known as the Proposal Defense) is to have the student clearly define his/her research topic and methods of investigation that will be employed. The examination consists of a written proposal plus an oral examination.  The student is advanced to doctoral candidacy after successful completion of this examination.

  • Nomination of Members for the Proposal Defense/Candidacy Examination [DocuSign]
    • Submitted by student, due 2 weeks prior to exam date
  • Report of the Committee to the GPD [DocuSign]
    • Submitted by the Committee Chair within 3 days of the exam
  • After passing this examination, student will Apply for Admission to Candidacy through the Graduate School.